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Lake Union Pollution

My looks attract many,
Yet I show only my skin.
My smells convey to some
A sense of freedom,
Yet I am shackled
With the weight of their ignorance.
Rainbow bubbles float at my surface,
As my children scarceify.
But worst of all,
I am not
Alone.

Lake Union Pollution

My looks attract many,
Yet I show only my skin.
My smells convey to some
A sense of freedom,
Yet I am shackled
With the weight of their ignorance.
Rainbow bubbles float at my surface,
As my children scarceify.
But worst of all,
I am not
Alone.

Axel Hejlsberg  15, Seattle

 
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